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Oneness New Zealand from Master of Timelapse Shawn Reeder

August 30, 2013 | By Dave Willis
Extraordinarily talented photographer and filmmaker Shawn Reeder has released a new timelapse piece, turning from Yosemite, the subject of his...
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“Mount Whitney” by Brandon Riza

August 29, 2013 | By Dave Willis
I spend quite a bit of time above 12 thousand feet, and one of my favorite stomping grounds are the...
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Ricoh announces Prime Lens Line and Weather Sealed Flashes

August 28, 2013 | By Ashley Myers-Turner
Ricoh has just introduced several new products to the PENTAX brand. First is the HD PENTAX DA Limited lens series,...
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Photo Of The Day by Mike Sherman

August 27, 2013 | By Christopher Robinson
Today’s Photo Of The Day comes from Mike Sherman who submitted this image to the Fall Color Assignment. The photo...
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“Shoulder Check” by Henrik Nilsson

August 26, 2013 | By Dave Willis
Every year we are fortunate to have short eared owls travel through the region. For most wildlife photographers, owls are...
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Photo Of The Day by Pat Sotherlund

August 26, 2013 | By Christopher Robinson
Pat Sotherlund's photo of Panther Creek Falls captures the essence of the beautiful Columbia River Gorge area in Washington.
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Iconic Locations Assignment Winner Tom Barnwell

August 23, 2013 | By Christopher Robinson
Congratulations to Tom Barnwell for his winning photo in the Iconic Locations Assignment. Barnwell was attending a Jack Dykinga workshop in 2010 when he took this photo.
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Thule Launches Perspektiv Photo Bag Line

August 21, 2013 | By Ashley Myers-Turner
Not unfamiliar to sports enthusiasts, the Thule brand has traditionally focused on accessories ranging from bike racks and roof boxes...
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Photo Of The Day by Douglas Dietiker

August 21, 2013 | By Christopher Robinson
Douglas Dietiker's Autumn At Elowah inspired the new Green Assignment.
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Photo Of The Day by Michael Vanbeber

August 20, 2013 | By Christopher Robinson
Back lit scene from Indian Peaks Wilderness by Michael Vanbeber is today's photo of the day.
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Extreme Telephoto Assignment Winner Nelson Landry

August 19, 2013 | By Christopher Robinson
Congratulations to Nelson Landry for his winning shot in the Extreme Telephoto Assignment. Landry's photo was taken in 1989 with a Nikon FM2 film camera, Tamron lens and Kodachrome 64 film!
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Behind The Shot: ‘USA Wildfire California’ by David McNew – Banning, California

August 15, 2013 | By Dave Willis
The Silver Fire erupted mid-afternoon this last Wednesday, August 7th in the San Jacinto Mountains south of Banning, California. Two...

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Confusing Tools With Talent And Craft

August 14, 2013 | By Christopher Robinson
The medium of photography has always confused the tool with the actual talent and craft. Every photographer has a story about showing a favorite photo and getting the question, "what kind of camera did you use?" The leap of logic is that the photographer didn't take the picture, the camera did. In the iPhone era it's become prevalent to take this same notion in a bizarre new direction.
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“Nursing Bear Alaska” by Jay Goodrich

August 14, 2013 | By Dave Willis
There are fewer creatures on this planet that have the ability to boast such a fierceness simultmaneously coupled with a...
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Photo Of The Day by Nelson Landry

August 13, 2013 | By Christopher Robinson
Nelson Landry's striking photo was submitted to the Extreme Telephoto Assignment. Landry used a Tokina 400mm lens on his Nikon camera.
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MindShift Gear’s Contact Sheet

August 13, 2013 | By Ashley Myers-Turner
As you’re shooting on the beach, mountain side or among dewy autumn leaves, it’s important to have a landing pad...
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Photo Of The Day by Tom Mckelvey

August 12, 2013 | By Christopher Robinson
Today's Photo Of The Day by Tom Mckelvey is a good example of using a long focal length to get create a compressed scene. He sent the photo to the Extreme Telephoto Assignment. In this case, Mckelvey was forced into his choice of lens because of his position on a ship that was some distance form the shoreline.
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Photo Of The Day by Bruce Wendler

August 9, 2013 | By Christopher Robinson
Bruce Wendler's example of using extreme focal length to compress a landscape scene is today's photo of the day.
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Equipment Review: Gura Gear Bataflae 26L photo pack

August 7, 2013 | By Ian Plant
(© Ian Plant) A reader recently asked for a recommendation for a good travel photo bag, something that could carry...
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Photo Of The Day by Joseph Thomas

August 7, 2013 | By Christopher Robinson
Fall color can be overwhelming and the task we face as photographers is to distill a scene down to the minimum number of elements to fully convey that scene. To paraphrase Reverend Maclean the film A River Runs Through It, the art of photography is in thrift.
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